Tony Soprano’s Cadillac Escalade, with an interior signed by James Gandolfini, is up for sale.
The SUV was mob boss Tony Soprano’s vehicle in the final three seasons of the iconic show, according to documentation signed by the late Gandolfini.
Now it is being offered for sale at $175,000 by Import 1 Motorsport in Pipersville, Pennsylvania. Gandolfini signed the glove compartment door, the back of the driver’s headrest, and the driver’s sun visor, where he wrote, “Thanks for the truck.”
Gandolfini confirmed the show had two identical Escalades, with the one for sale primarily used for exterior shots and close-ups of Tony, along with a chase scene in the fifth season where the gangster ran a rival off the road.
The white 2003 SUV has 110,939 miles on the clock and boasts leather trim, power side steps, tri-zone climate control, a Bose audio system, and a computer-controlled suspension system.
Its hefty price tag is more than the most expensive new Cadillac on sale today, a high-performance Escalade-V that starts at $149,990. The last time the vehicle was publicly sold in 2015, it went for $119,777.